Creative Wales – British School at Rome Fellowship

Website: http://www.bsr.ac.uk/awards/fine-arts

The Creative Wales-British School at Rome Fellowship is an opportunity for artists at a significant juncture in their careers (usually at early- to mid-career stage), who live in Wales, to undertake a three-month residency in Rome. The Fellowship offers: a grant of £1,500 per month; a grant towards a short pre-residency visit to the BSR; board and accommodation in a residential studio; a group exhibition and inclusion in the annual Fine Arts catalogue; a grant of £200 towards the transport of work back to Wales at the end of the residency. The Fellowship is for three months (October-December 2017).

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Expires: October 12, 2016


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